• What causes cellulite?

    Anna Ivanova
    Anna Ivanova
    November 29, 2012

    What makes "orange skin". This problem worries the majority of women in modern society. Most often, the buttocks, thighs, abdomen, sides and skin of hands suffer from such a misfortune.

    So why does cellulite appear? Yes, because a woman does not take care of herself. In the case of predisposition, it is necessary to strictly exclude all the products listed below and maintain a mobile lifestyle. About 85% of women have a predisposition to cellulite since birth. The rest earn it in the course of life. Most often this problem appears after 25 - 30 years. But there are cases when cellulite begins its action from the age of 13 or in the case of overweight. Cellulite's best friends are sedentary work, lack of exercise, swimming, and some of the foods that only worsen the situation.

    Causes of cellulite may be improper breathing, unusual high heels from nature, stresses, hereditary predisposition, unbalanced diet, low physical activity, chronic diseases, bad habits and even narrow clothing.

    Cellulite appears when a woman regularly eats fried food, sausage, sausages, pies, eats poultry and fish with skin, abuses sweets and pastries, chips, crackers and so on. These products will primarily lead to overweight, followed by cellulite immediately. A bad role in the appearance of "orange peel" is played by alcohol, especially beer and sweet liqueurs, also sparkling water, juices from tetrapack, syrups, cream, sweet tea. It would not sound surprising, but the appearance of cellulite provokes cabbage, vegetable oil and greens from the garden. Favorable influence on its development can insufficient amount of moisture and vitamins in the body, as well as smoking.

    We have found out what makes cellulite appear. Be attentive to your body. Let it as long as possible retain its attractiveness and sexuality.


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